Month: January 2014

Sports

Night Flight

Illuminated by the colorful swirls of glow sticks, approximately 60 contestants ran through downtown Siloam Springs Saturday night to raise money for orphanages in Uganda. Hosted by 4 Chicks for Chicks on January 25, Night Flight encouraged John Brown University students, faculty and other community members to get involved, get […]

One calendar, please
Opinion

One calendar, please

How come I don’t have any idea what’s going on this week? I mean, I know what’s up with the clubs I’m in. Swing Society’s going to have a Masquerade on Saturday at 9pm in the Great Hall, cough cough, shameless plug, for example. I’m pretty pumped about that. And […]

Let women rule
Opinion

Let women rule

If I’ve learned anything about the Bible, it’s that it’s not a hairy chested, chauvinistic, unromantic, book. If I were to paint a picture of the Bible (which, please, never make me do), it wouldn’t be a grizzly lumberjack cutting down trees whilst downing his sixth Coors Light and humming […]

Keep the celebrities in jail
Opinion

Keep the celebrities in jail

In the wake of Justin Bieber’s DUI arrest last week, a video from an MSNBC broadcast went viral. The video featured an MSNBC anchor interrupting a Congresswoman talking about NSA spying to break news about a minor update in Bieber’s arrest. The video is certainly a representation of the ridiculousness […]

Opinion

Families cure addictions

There is no doubt that there are specific moments in our lives that will affect us forever. For most of us, these monumental moments are few and far between. For others, tragedies and triumphs come maybe a little too often-especially when these moments are predominantly tragedies. For those who have […]

News

Partners in Prayer mail perspective to students

Receiving mail at a school can bring you back to reality and help you realize that there is life outside of this campus. You might have seen a slip of paper in your mailbox recently with a note about a country or group in a part of the world unreached […]

Chapel speaker tells stories, encourages seeking
News

Chapel speaker tells stories, encourages seeking

With both charm and humor, Daniel Taylor, guest speaker for Spiritual Renewal Week, entertained the John Brown University student body with visuals and challenged them with a message that questioned their worldview. “I thought he was funny and entertaining,” said sophomore Jordan Cox. “It wasn’t anything that I have ever […]

CAUSE ministries team up to give back
News

CAUSE ministries team up to give back

John Brown University prides itself on educating the head, heart and hand. This past weekend gave students the opportunity of exercising their hearts and hands. Over 50 students from the university teamed up with Campus Ministries’ Christian Ambassadors United for Service and Evangelism on Saturday to serve the Siloam Springs […]

Lifestyles

Rollene turns a new page for a new semester

Mother, traveler, peformer, composer and teacher are just a few words that describe Donna Rollene, a voice coach of 10 years at John Brown University. The 1977 graduate of John Brown University has been around the country and the world sharing her gift with many. But after her time teaching […]